We went here because the reviews said it was Celiac friendly. It is NOT Celiac friendly. The flaky spanakopita was in the middle of everything. My husband watched the employee use the kabob tongs to grab the gluteny food and then put the tongs back into the kabobs marked gluten free. Needless to say, we did not eat there. If you are not Celiac it might work as the menu is clearly labeled, but we do not recommend this place for Celiacs. I gave it one star because I had to rate it (I tried to leave the stars blank), but we did not eat the food as it was obvious that it was not safe.
Great gluten free options! The chicken isn’t very good and one skewer only has 3 small pieces of chicken. But the salad and rice are really good. I also had the fries and didn’t get a reaction.
This is a review for the Marina location:
OMG!!! I LOVE this place!! Hubby & I have to be gluten and dairy free. We walked in and a young guy helped us. (Wish I'd gotten his name). He was SUPER helpful and nice. The food was ridiculously good!!! Chicken kabob was dry but the sauce made up for it. Oh, and the sauces were so yummy. Hands down my very favorite thing was the falafel nuggets - absolutely to die for. Y'all southern folk, they are Mediterranean hush puppies!
The food was good. I wish I read about the falafel cross contamination before ordering. So, some mislabeling on the board. Just be wise when ordering.
They have several items on the menu that are gluten free and clearly marked. The food was very good.
Some gluten-free options. Falafel is fried in the fryer -cross contaminated with calamari that are not gluten-free. Food is good, service is good, place is cute, friendly. No GF breads Stars just based on gf lack of bread! We would go back.
Delicious food. Lots of GF items and options, labeled clearly on both the paper menus and the overhead menu. I got the shawarma chicken on rice, falafel, and some tzatziki sauce, and was plenty full. I gave my wife the pita bread that came with the meal. Cost $9.